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for the fans,s energy they give me. i think this year at the olympics i went out there and when i got there in the heat, there was so much people in the stand that early in the morning. i was like, why -- every championship i've been to it's been like a few hundred people. a few people may come out and watch because it's track and field. but at london, early in the morning, everybody was out, like it was full from the morning session. for me, the energy i got in london was just wonderful. >> i was walking around london and all i could see was people do going like this. >> a lot of that going on. >> is the secret because you jamaicans are flying down every track at the moment, winning everything, is the secret yams? is there something in the jamaican yam? >> i think it may have something to do with yams. i used to have a lot of yams. but i don't eat that much now. i think i had too much when i was young. >> who are your heroes, sporting heroes? >> for me, michael johnson, don kory was one because he was a great runner. i remember watching maurice green, these guys with a lot of energy.
in the atmosphere and all those people now guzzling up power and energy and emitting gases that weren't there before. surely that is evidence, isn't it? >> no. you go to the peer reviewed literature. are you looking at anecdotal evidence. basically global warmists like bill nye say global warming will cause many bad weather events and guess what? bad weather events happen all the time so people look and say look, there's more proof, there's a bad weather event. bottom line, big tornadoes, f-3 and larger since 1950s have dropped dramatically. bottom line, we've gone the longest period without a major u.s. category 3 or larger hurricane hitting the u.s. since 1900, maybe the civil war. bottom line, new study in the journal nature, peer reviewed, no change in u.s. drought in the last 60 years. bottom line, a new study out shows that drought has not changed in 85 to -- >> let me -- wait a minute. wait a minute. let me add one more bottom line before i defer to bill nye. he knows more about this than i do. another bottom line, the world is indisputably getting warmer. the u.n. weather agency said last we
for canadian oil and energy generally that the iea is saying that the u.s. will be able to meet its own oil and gas means in a decade? do you worry about markets for canadian energy? >> everybody knows our view on keystone. it is not just a great project, but a great security project. it makes more sense to bring north american oil into the united states than venezuelan or far eastern or middle eastern oil. there is a process in the united states. the president will let the process play out he will make a decision. i accept him at his word on that. in the context of keystone, it has been a bit of an opportunity for this country to understand that we do need to sell our energy products outside the united states. canada is the most energy of funded country in the world. canada will be a significant supplier of the energy sources of the future. it makes no sense in a global economy that we are and for canada to sell all of its energy products furtively exclusively to its own marketer or to the u.s. energy -- people in the energy business understand that have to look for other opportunities. >>
's oil paintings of domestic american scenes called forth his deeper creative energies, but magazine illustrations of the same everyday activities provided his livelihood. the carefree quality of these scenes appealed to a country recovering from the civil war. americans turned to lighter concerns-- exalting the innocence of childhood, the therapy of the outdoors, the benefits of leisure. throughout his life, homer made seasonal excursions, especially to the shore in summer, to seek subjects for his illustrations and to pursue his painting. at the age of 37, he was at the exact midpoint of his life. acutely aware that his youth was behind him, he was bored by the life of an illustrator, which he called a treadmill existence. in 1873, homer spent his summer in gloucter, massachusetts. there began his first serious use of watercolors. among homer's contributions to american art, perhaps the greatest was his transformation of this medium from its limited use for colored drawings to an art form expressive in its own right. homer's gloucester scenes of children and outdoor life were a co
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of the lights together use less energy than one strand of the old lights. >> reporter: but for a fourth year in a row, the entire monument is green. >> reporter: okay. taking a live look again, from sky eye chopper 13, as people are starting to get off of work. they're making their way over here. again, so many restaurants. sophie's crepes. james joyce. kaz bar. many restaurants to name a few, are here. so if you want to grab a bite to eat, come down and make an evening of it. you can also walk around, shop. check things out here in mount vernon. many stores staying open. kai, i'm going to bet that the lights are going to be white this year. that is my bet. we will see at 7:45 this evening. that is when they actually will light the monument up. but as i mentioned, the festivities started right at the top of the hour at 5:00. but i'm going with white. we'll check back. >> i'll see your bet and raise you one. i think they'll be mixed. white and a combination of something else. >> reporter: okay. i'll bet you a nice, warm hot chocolate. >> fair enough.
the route to the northwest. >> thank you, mr. speaker. new energy finance demonstrated investment in renewable energy has fallen by a half since this government came to power. would the chancellor not agree with me that what we need is to look to the future and to invest in the green jobs? and to that end, will be see to it, the 2030 decarbonization target in the energy bill -- companies in this country and recommended by the climate change committee? >> well, the first thing i would say is that this government has introduced -- making investmen investments, introducing the carbon price goal which is recognized around the world as a very effective way of ensuring a decarbonization market driven way of our economy, and we've just published an energy bill and to let the control framework that would allow for new renewable investment to the rest of this decade. the industry has that, alongside the cast strategy. on the decarbonization target, as they say we're going to take a power in the bill to set a target but that would be a decision for after the next carbon budget which happens
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was that it gave him this energy for the night work. now in the wilderness years of the 1930s, the night work, of course, was meant for his other career as a writer. that is when he got these enormous book commissions actually completed. he carried over exactly the same activity into the war pretending that it was because of reasons of state. molasses maybe, but it was actually replicating the same pattern that he had already established as a writer. >> he worked best after a good meal, well lubricated with good champagne, and so on and then he was really tanked up for several hours of really serious work. >> so you have got him -- >> then take a sleeping pill. >> you have got to feel-- you have to feel quite sorry for the admirals and general, really. if you go and look at the cabinet war rooms, you know, in london. and there is his chair. and the actual geography of this room is quite extraordinary he would have these unfortunate generals in front of him and he had this chair rather like these here. and actually if you look at them they are ridged on the side because he wore-- and he would
from behind. for more on this, i am joined by coral davenport, the energy and environment correspondent for "national journal." you read a lot of these reports. as you read this one, what struck you as brand new? >> what's new about this report is for the past 18 years the united nation's climate change has been working towards one specific goal. that is cutting carbon emissions before the global average temperature increases by two degrees celsius or 3.6 degrees fahrenheit. that's the critical point we can't go past. it's a point of no return. what this study tells us is that the culmination of the carbon dioxide that's already in the atmosphere and the carbon dioxide that's projected to come into the atmosphere over the next few years with development from india and china is already so much that it is almost inevitable that we will go past that two-degree... that two-degree critical mark. we're pretty much on track at this point now to go past the point that we've all been trying to avoid. >> ifill: if we go past it, what happens? >> it's a big point. the two-degree mark is the point
here. be thoughtful. be creative and go out and lead the befl energy and green policies for the rest of the country. congratulations and thanks for being here in san francisco. [applause] >> hi, thank you all for coming here today. i am the costume and textiles creator here at the fine arts museum. it is make great honor to introduce, to present this program today. just a few things come out of respect, photography is allowed, but no flash photography. we will be taking questions from the audience, and you can submit your questions either through twitter or e-mail, and we also handed out cards to you when you arrived. the questions will happen at the end of the program. if you are not planning to tweet or e-mail, please turn your cellphone off. again, it is my great honor to have this program and conversation between susie and jean paul gaultier. i feel very fortunate at the fine arts museum because in fact susie mencus' son lives in the bay area and she comes frequently to visit the family. it is always my favorite time of in the exhibition, when she comes and i get to
paintings of domestic american scenes called forth his deeper creative energies, but magazine illusations of the same everyday activities provided his livelihood. the carefree quality of these scenes appealed to a country recovering from the civil war. americans turned to lighter concerns-- exalting the innocence of childhood, the therapy of the outdoors, the benefits of leisure. throughout his life, homer made seasonal excursions, especially to the shore in summer, to seek subjects for his illustrations and to pursue his painting. at the age of 37, he was at the exact midpoint of his life. acutely aware that his youth was behind him, he was bored by the life of an illustrator, which he called a treadmill existence. in 1873, homer spent his summer in gloucter, massachusetts. there began his first serious use of watercolors. among homer's contributions to american art, perhaps the greatest was his transformation of this medium from its limited use for colored drawings to an art form expressive in its own right. homer's gloucester scenes of children and outdoor life were a continuation of
or multicolor? >> there are 19,000 lights, l.e.d. lights. and all of the lights together use less energy than one strand of the old lights. >> reporter: but for the fourth year in a row, the entire monument is green. >> reporter: now, people are just starting to get off of work and making their way up here. there are many smooth vendors. many of the stores in the area are staying open late. now, vic, you guys still have time to get down here. the official lighting and then the fireworks display, all happens at 7:45 this evening. we're live in mount vernon. i'm jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> okay, jessica. save us a spot down there. >> you got it. >> 7:45. >> uh-huh. >> later than usual. we could get down there. >> yeah. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news. out of the hospital the. but how is she feeling? the latest on kate middle ston's -- middleton's extreme morning sickness. >>> and what students are accused of doing at penn state. >>> i know you might have thought it was haloti nata. >> i'm mary bubala. howard county's executiv
billion in federal subsidies with more than half of those subsidies available to the energy sector, we have -- to bring that together we spend more and when you're with the oil and gas and energy companies and their industries than we have spent an entire in the entire life of the program of amtrak. clearly there seems to be an imbalance and it's not one that should be continued. regarding the position of high-speed rail, one of those alternatives and now it may only achieves speeds achieve speeds of 83 miles per hour. surely that is significantly better than the long delays of sprawling major interstate systems that we have. this committee should continue the the to the role is a very sad to facilitate critical of the structure and the continuation of one of america's greatest assets and that is passenger rail. i want to thank all the witnesses before the committee today and i look forward to hearing your testimony about how the reorganization of amtrak can make it an even greater service to the american public and with that i yield back. >> i think the gentlelady. >> the thank you mr
advantage is in this huge game change you've got in energy policy to see that economy really take its proper place again. and if that happens, i think that will also, by the way, have an impact on say the eurozone, which is still very, very fragile. >> all the ifs in there. you have written an article, a special to cnn called be bold to escape the economic crisis. that's the headline there. what is the lesson? i mean i think often the big superpowers don't necessarily look to africa, for example, for good lessons on how to strategize. many of those countries, those emerging economies are doing, are growing, at a rate faster than the united states, and favser than many others. >> yes, they're moving ahead very fast as economies. but i think for us efficiently, if you take europe they've got to take some really big decisions now, and as it were, sort out the short-term issues to do with the single currency crisis, and then make the long-term reforms that we're all going to have to make. i mean, your fiscal cliff -- some of the issues there, around entitlements and welfare and reform, they've g
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think. for me, i really just enjoy performing for the fans,s energy they give me. i think this year at the olympics i went out there and when i got there in the heat, there was so much people in the stand that early in the morning. i was like, why -- every championship i've been to it's been like a few hundred people. a few people may come out and watch because it's track and field. but at london, early in the morning, everybody was out, like it was full from the morning session. for me, the energy i got in london was just wonderful. >> i was walking around london and all i could see was people do going like this. >> a lot of that going on. >> is the secret because you jamaicans are flying down every track at the moment, winning everything, is the secret yams? is there something in the jamaican yam? >> i think it may have something >>> i have to tell you about an awful bus crash today at the miami international airport. a tour bus smashed into an overpass too low for the bus to clear. two people are dead tonight.
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are launching a new group aimed at mobilizing that energy and enthusiasm. the primary focus is to grow a strong social media presence and help the white house in passing comprehensive immigration reform. they see this has a chance to work with republicans who may be wobbling after losing a second straight presidential loss. >>> the secretary of state is denying she is running for president for 2016 insisting she just needs time off. michael bloomberg has another idea. according to "the new york times," blook called clinton to encourage her to run for mayor in 2013. the call reportedly took place months ago and hillary said thanks but no thanks. this comes as a recent headline from the new yorker editor david riddick declared hillary is running. he reads that conclusion after witnessing secretary clinton as a main speaker at a conference in washington this weekend where he says a slickly produced film on her political career ran like an international endorsement four years in advance of the iowa caucus. >> okay. new jersey governor chris christie is asking for 100% reimbursement from the federal
of rain but seeing when's behind this, that's when the system really has energy and so much potential energy. wave one moved through yesterday. wave two, today and tomorrow. the most potent of all of these three waves from the coast and on to the northwest will be wave three and that's through the weekend, saturday and sunday and again because it's so warm, at the highest elevations above 8,000 feet we will see a few inches and a few feet of rain but what we're going to see is ten inches of rain potentially. so don, flooding with this is really huge, especially through the weekend. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> hello, everyone. top of the hour. i'm don lemon live from new york city. right now, a developments pouring in involving the urgent situation inside syria. first the internet goes dark and now a fight at the airport in damascus. an actist said the rebels are closing in on bashar al assad and the end game is near. we'll show you when's happening on the ground soon. >>> but first, news right now from the white house on the effort to avert the new year's tax hike and a host of ot
. >> i interviewed zucker the other day he said he believes cnn needs more energy and passion. >> what he's going to bring to television journalism is what's really needed. he's going to bring a vision and a voice. to cnn he's going to bring a voice. he'll zero in just like he did in all his years at nbc in the news division. >> is cnn lacking a voice? >> i believe it is. when you watch cnn here in washington and cnn in new york, it's like you're watching three different networks. that's going to change. he's also going to bring a blank check. jeff knows how to spend money. >> somebody's got to give him the checkbook. >> he wouldn't have taken this job if he didn't have a blank check to change things. >> i'm passionate and i'll jump out of my chair doing it if that's what it takes. cnn desperately needs a voice. the voice is already there. it's built in. it just needs to be imply fam m amplified. >> you know that zucker will be up against the cautious culture of an atlanta base network that have stuck to a traditional fuse format. i believe he will blow that up. it's going to be scary to
months now collecting detailed measure manies of high energy particles and radio waves. eight years after it landed on mars, nasa's rover opportunity is still making discoveries. scientists announceed today at the american geophysical union meeting in san francisco that the rover has uncovered hints of clay mirals. they're important because they hold clues about the martian climate and should help scientists figure out if surface conditions could've been favorable for life. >>> the use of drones in war zones has stirred global debate. now an east bay law enforcement agency is drawing fire for its plan to launch a drone in their community. >> we should not be rushing headlong into buying a drone before the safeguards are in place, before the county has decided it should get a drone. >> american civil liberties union spoke out against the drone plan today just before the alameda county board of supervisors took up the issue. the sheriff hopes to buy an unmanned aerial system or drone using a state grant. it has hd video and infrared capabilities. the sheriff says it would be used ford sent
, folks. this weekend in landover. the ravens are going to need every ounce of effort and energy on every defensive play to contain redskins quarterback phenom robert griffin the third. and who could mean more than the reigning defensive lineman of the year, terrell suggs. he tore his right biceps muscle. six weeks after returning to duty following achilles heel surgery, and slowly but surely, suggs has made his presence known. but for now, his wanting to be on the field may exceed his need for suiting up. so siz -- sizzles is his nickname. will you play on sunday? >> we gotta see how it goes. you all pretty much know me, who have been around here for sometime. we kind of live by you know, the creed is, you can breathe, you can play. but we just gotta check it out. see how it holds up throughout the week. >> despite terrell suggs' return, still being up in the air. defensive star ray lewis practiced today for the first time since mid-october. via a written statement. an excited ray lewis said he is making tremendous progress. won't be able t
want to shoot and kill dolphins? they're searching for a killer. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. >>> dolphins. playful, smart, friendly. why would anyone want to shoot and kill them? that's a question investigators are asking after at least six dolphins were tortured and killed along the northern gulf coast. ed lavandera reports on the search now for those responsible. >> reporter: to reach the crime scenes, you need to catch a ride and take a guide. this island we see off to the left is deer island where you found two of them? >> that's correct. >> reporter: a harrison county, mississippi, sheriff's helicopter and
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? this is big news. what are you waiting for? one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. >>> for the first time in a week president obama and speaker boehner talked about the fiscal cliff. it was by phone. both sides agreed that they would not talk about the details. what we do know is that it has not led yet to any major breakthroughs. we want to get to congressman steve latourette, republican from the state of ohio. he is leaving congress, decided not to run for re-election, citing gridlock as a big reason why. we appreciate your time with us this morning. >> thank you. >> can we start with syria first before we get to the fiscal cliff? we know that there's this red line that hillary clinton has talked abo
. this will sink further south, we'll get another piece of energy later on today that will spin up across the bay area and intensify the rainfall. that's what we will be watching closely. our computer models highlight that. one pulse to the north. another one fills in further to the south. it shouldn't be nearly what we saw last week. the ground is saturated. rivers are swollen. it won't take much to get more in the way of flooding. once we get past that, we are looking at a fairly dry scenario going over the next few days. today is the day. then tomorrow we'll hopefully be breathing a sigh of relief. >>> this morning intense fighting in syria outside the city of aleppo. rebel fighters trapped hundreds of government soldiers inside a military base and say they are giving them a chance to defect. this as president obama warns syrian president bashar al assad that there will be serious consequences if he uses chemical weapons against his own weapon. >> this regime is a real problem for us. its alliance with iran, its possession of chemical weapons, weapons of mass destruction. its human rights reco
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.com. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. >>> that's a bitter backlash from republicans, at least some republicans over the house gop proposal to keep the country from going over the so-called fiscal cliff at the end of the year. president obama says it doesn't go far enough, but republican critics say it goes way too far. dana bash is on capitol hill, watching all of this unfold. dana, what are you hearing? >> reporter: republican sources i'm talking to think maybe it's sort of the goldilocks scenario. if one side thinks it's too far, the other side thinks it's not far enough, maybe it's just right. the republican counteroffer
. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. it's not for colds, it's not for pain, it's just for sleep. because sleep is a beautiful thing. ♪ zzzquil, the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil. >>> tea party senator jim demint. details of a push for a controversial new law. 30 years in prison. he's never even convicted. >> jim demint of south carolina took everyone by surprise, even his own staff, when he announced he's resigning at the end of the year to take over a new role at the heritage foundation. he believes he can make more of a difference outside the senate than inside. >> this is a good time to leave b
credit which expires at the end of this year. investing in renewable energy is creating new jobs, reducing our dependence own foreign oil and promoting economic growth. in pennsylvania, the wind industry supports 4,000 jobs and powers 180,000 homes, including in the pittsburgh area. the uncertainty surrounding the looming deadline to renew the p.t.c. has forced some companies to lay off employees, and if we let it expire, thousands of more hardworking americans will be out of work. two wind farm projects in western pennsylvania were already canceled this year. this is an issue where both sides can come together to do what's right for our country, letting the p.t.c. expire would damage the competitiveness of the united states and the global economy, and i urge my colleagues to extend this vital job-creating tax credit before it expires. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: the gentle
energy and oil and operation in themselves in particular and this is the entrepreneurial type. and these are the characteristics which allow the entrepreneurs to achieve great things and also to go broke. this great quote in tom's book about a long history of success is the biggest precursor to tell you think about what the successful entrepreneur has learned. he learned when i have all of these helpers' around, it is too risky. whenever work. how does he look at all these advisers and the entrepreneur is, we have to ask ourselves what happens to the dialectic, the entrepreneur and banker. when the entrepreneurs take over the banks. this is the point he was making. when this entrepreneur real tank takes over the bank which is supposed to be the risk averse, cynical, worried about risk tight, what do you get? you might get a bubble. what can you do? then you have to reproduce this dialectic, the optimists or the pessimists or the i can do anything versus the warrior, focus your on risk, reproduce this with discussion inside the bank, or between the bank and others, and tom's bo
's the third shark attack since october. >> if you are looking for more energy efficient lights you can get them free today, just turn in your old ones. for each strand turned in you can get a free strand of led lights, only while supplies last. it's happening at 11:00 o'clock. to be eligible you must bring a copy of your pg&e bill and prove the area you live in. >>> the holiday lighting ceremony has been postponed due to the weather. it's the first time in 24 hers, it had been scheduled to take place at five. officials have not said if or when the event will be rescheduled. >> more than 100,000 people are expected to line the streets of downtown oakland today. it's more the 13th yearly america's children's holiday parade. they are going to be marching bands, drill teams and -- just some of the floats and santa will come. it starts at two on broadway from 11th to 20th street. we will host that parade and maybe we will get dry patch of weather so -- people have come out -- no matter what the weather. >> have fun. >> thank you. >> and today is world aids day. a quiet event in san francis
to bring this up, even though doing so would raise energy prices. the report is expected to help shape the obama administration response to more than a dozen proposed pet projects. >> it's because it helps the economy and really helps the economy. >> you are a huge block, you're standing in the way of it. >> i've changed my mind about a month and a half, i got beat up by jack i think. >> by a lot of people. >> i still think there is an argument to be add that if you'relogical looking for energy independents you would keep some of the stuff here but i understand if you're looking at it from the prism of jobs this is something you want to tackle. >> we're a free trade country and part of it is you don't make a rule that says why can't regoing to say the food companies can't sell, can't export. you got to be willing to permit exports especially when as in the case here there aren't many things where the american price is a fifth of the world price. that's a huge opportunity. >> there was one line and i just want to throw it out to you that said they were talking about who doesn't want to
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